Brexit Knowledge Center
August 11, 2016
In June 2016, Great Britain voted to the leave the European Union (EU) due to economic, regulatory and border security concerns. While the Lisbon Treaty gives the UK 2 years to wind down its EU participation, the process may actually take much longer. Brexit could affect a variety of economic sectors in Europe and beyond as well as impact employment, trade, immigration and more. Check back to learn about the latest developments regarding Brexit.
Brexit Podcast Series
Robert Mirsky takes a look at where we are in the Brexit process, the December U.K. general election, and what all this means for asset managers in both Great Britain and the U.S.
Things have heated up in Europe as the Continent is focused on Brexit. Robert Mirsky, Head of EisnerAmper's London office and Head of the firm's Asset Management Group for the U.K., gives us his front-row perspective Brexit.
EisnerAmper’s Transfer Pricing Practice Leader Dr. Henric Adey gives us the latest on Brexit, including how the Irish border and the customs implications are currently at the center of the debate and the increasing likelihood of a hard Brexit.
In this December 2017 update, EisnerAmper’s Transfer Pricing Practice Leader brings us up to speed on where we are in the Brexit process. Discussion is on key issues at this juncture and how close Britain and the EU are on each issue.
In this Brexit series podcast, David Plaskow speaks with EisnerAmper’s lead transfer pricing agent, Henric Adey, about some of the key implications for Brexit, its impact on transfer pricing and how multinationals can be proactive immediately.
In this Brexit series podcast, Dave Plaskow examines the impact of Brexit on investors and wealth management as he speaks with Timothy Speiss, EisnerAmper’s Partner In-Charge of the Personal Wealth Advisors Group of EisnerAmper Wealth Planning.
In this podcast, EisnerAmper Transfer Pricing Practice Leader Henric Adey gives us the latest on Brexit. He breaks down the fallout from British Prime Minister Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50 of the European Union.